Radio Taiwan International
Date: 06 November, 2019
By: Jake Chen
Foreign Minister Joseph Wu says that Taiwan’s chances of joining the Regional ComprehensiveEconomic Partnership are slim. Wu says that Taiwan will work instead on joining other trade agreements.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a trade agreement between 15 countries: China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and the members of ASEAN. During a briefing at the Legislature on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said with China already in the pact, Taiwan has little chance of being allowed to join. [FULL STORY]